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Why was Roger Williams banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony?
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User: Why was Roger Williams banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony?

Weegy: Because he was againstthe right of civil authorities to punish religious dissension and to confiscate Indian land.
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User: The Dominion of New England:

User: What was the difference between the Fundamental Orders of Connecticut and the Massachusetts Bay Colony:

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The difference between the Fundamental Orders of Connecticut and the Massachusetts Bay Colony is: The Connecticut government did not require church membership for the right to vote.
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